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The airstrikes were launched in response to drone attacks by Iran-backed militias on US troops, the Pentagon said.
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At least five EU countries have brought back diplomats to Damascus despite the bloc's sanctions against the Assad regime, Euronews has learned.
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Ahmad Zanon on the mental strain of being a refugee in Denmark at the moment.
Prague is the only EU state to keep a Syrian embassy since 2012. Why?
The embassy in Damascus has only one Czech employee.
Bashar Assad re-elected as Syria's president in a predicted landslide
Syrian officials say Assad won 95.1% of the votes with turnout at 78.6%; however, there were no independent monitors and the West has already described the election as a sham.
Man convicted of deadly homophobic attack on couple in Dresden
A Syrian national has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing two gay men in Dresden last year, killing one and seriously injuring his partner in an attack that prosecutors said was motivated by anti-LGBT Islamic extremist beliefs.
Sufi whirling: These dancers can spin before they can talk
This family of Sufi whirlers in Damascus dance by spinning in circles to feel closer to God.
Islamic aid group banned in Germany over 'terror financing'
Police searched 10 offices of Islamist aid group Ansaar International on Wednesday as the group was banned by the German Interior Ministry for allegedly funding terror overseas
Syria reports Israeli missile strikes killed and injured civilians
It comes two weeks after a missile fired by Syria struck deep inside Israel, which set off air raid sirens near the country’s top-secret nuclear reactor.
Denmark first in EU to begin revoking residency for Syrian refugees
Denmark deems some parts of Syria safe for refugees to return to, and those that refuse to return face being sent to deportation centres.
Denmark must not put safety of Syrian refugee children at risk | View
"It recently emerged that the Danish authorities are beginning to strip hundreds of Syrian refugees of their temporary residence permits, and thus of their protection," writes Jeremy Stoner of Save the Children.
Denmark accused of 'sacrificing the future' of Syrian children
Denmark has said it is safe for Syrian families to return to their home country, but immigration and children's rights advocates do not agree
EU, U.S. and other nations pledge €5.5 billion to Syria reconstruction
The figure is less than was hoped for by the UN and less than was pledged last year.
Ten years of war in Syria, through the eyes of Syrians forced to flee
A decade since the start of the conflict that has torn Syria apart, Euronews spoke to Syrians who were forced to flee their country, and have now found refuge in various parts of Europe.
From Damascus to Rouen: A Syrian dancer’s long road to refuge
The war in Syria displaced half of the country’s population, with many escaping to Europe for refuge - but the journey was rarely simple, or safe.
How ISIS and coalition airstrikes combined to terrorise Raqqa
Amid Syria’s civil war, Raqqa became known the world over for being the stage of some of the most horrific episodes of violence perpetrated by the so-called Islamic State.
From refuge in Belgium, a painter depicts Syria’s war through art
Amid Syria's civil war Ahmad Sheer was left with a choice he never wanted to have to make: to flee his country, or join in the fighting
The Briefing: Why Syria’s war has always been Europe’s problem
Despite what many want to believe, the crisis in Syria has been “Europe’s problem” from the start.
UN says 'quiet diplomacy' between actors in Syria crucial to end war
“I am absolutely convinced that (talks) will not progress far if a Syrian-led process is not supported by a constructive international diplomacy on Syria,” the UN's special envoy for Syria said.